At ICI we are always up for a challenge. Our highly trained staff of thermographers are always willing to work with researchers to help them determine the best possible thermal imaging solution for their particular application. Infrared Cameras Inc. also offers custom and OEM thermal imaging cameras.
Our Engineering office, located in South Range, MI, is a state of the art facility allowing our engineering staff to build custom cameras, calibrate, and repair infrared cameras.
14 Thermal Camera System monitors Chevron-Texaco Critical Vessels
Our largest custom project consisted of 14 infrared cameras, the largest such system of its time, and it has been online for more than 6 years monitoring a Chevron-Texaco-designed gas separation system in Texas. The project was conceived and sold by our CEO, Gary Strahan, and the system has run without error continually, 24 hours, 7 days a week, for over 6 years.
Below you will find some of our recent custom projects.
Osh Kosh Fire Search and Rescue Vehicle Equipped with ICI Centurion Pan and Tilt Unit
Several Search and Rescue vehicles require thermal imaging equipment for extremely hazardous situations where reliability and accuracy can mean the difference between life and death. The Thermal Imaging Camera helps the rescue team find hotspots, victims, and visually interpret any firefighting situation in real time.
Texas Petrochemical Flare Monitoring with ICI Centurion in Enclosure
Our most recent project was a flare monitoring camera for a local petrochemical company. The set up includes our ICI Centurion in enclosure with a 200mm lens and our professional analysis software complete with alarming zones. The system monitors flares and their pilots continually for 24 hours, 7 days a week to ensure that the pilots on the flare are burning, keeping the company within EPA regulations. The system can also detect when valves have been left open, saving the company a potential of hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars in lost product. The system can also detect back burning in the flare tip system, which can potentially destroy the flare and cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to repair.
Thermal remote sensing of tidal flat bathymetry and circulationC. Chickadel and J. Thomson
Applied Physics Laboratory - University of Washington, Seattle